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The Rag and Bone Shop Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part II—Pages 40-43 Summary

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Part II—Pages 40-43 Summary

In Part II, pages 40-43, the district attorney, Alvin Dark, asks Detective Braxton what he has on the Alicia Bartlett murder. The detective admits he has a suspect and a gut feeling. The detective also talks the district attorney into calling Trent, who is a famous interrogation officer, in on the case.

Part II—Pages 40-43 Analysis

The detective infers that Jason Dorrant is his primary suspect in the murder of Alicia Bartlett. The district attorney eludes to the fact that the detective has used his gut feeling over evidence in past cases, which may have caused them to lose the case.

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